The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931, May 28, 1913, Page PAGE 5, Image 5

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We are moving into our new quarters in the Lara building on Oregon street. There we will add
many new lines to our stock, making it one of the most complete and up to date grocery stores in Cen
tral Oregon. Sixty per cent of our new business comes to us through the recommendations of our
satisfied customers and friends. We are advertised by our customers and friends and we are fortunate
in having many of them. Nearly every one likes to see a good commodity succeed and is ready to pass
it on to their friends. The giving of special values is one of the greatest features of our business. It de
mands our constant study and receives our closest attention. Our aim is to sell a superior article, that
one order will bring another, and it usually does. We have started out to make 1913a record sale year
and to accomplish this we have made successful efforts to give better quality, wider variety and greater
values as inducements for larger orders from our customers. The response has been prompt and gen
eral and we again thank our friends and customers for the size and frequency of their orders.
.. We will have our opening day on Monday, June the 2nd. We would like for every one living in
Bend and the surrounding country to visit our store on this day. We will have numerous samples to
give away and we are arranging for A NICE SOUVENIR FOR THE LADIES.
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Canned Fruits and
.. We use our best efforts to secure satisfactory
goods in this line. While wc handle 11 variety of
high grade packs and brands we strongly recom
mend the GLASS J All LAHEL.
Fresh Fruits and
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May 28, 1913. '
. Dear friend:
Thio morning mama
' sent me with a big ban
ket to the grocery. I
fought so many things
. that I couldn't get the
salt in the haoket and
' I had to carry i t home
in my arm.
Here is a liot of
. things I bought:
3 Pkgs. Corn Flakes 25c
1 2 Pkgs. Grape Nuts 25o
t 3 Cans Milk 25o
Your friend,
.,! P. S. I bought the
tsalt and the basket
full"of- things where we
'always trade, at
You will always find
at our new store every
thing in this line obtain
able on the market.
Our Cheese, Butter
and Eggs are always nice
and fresh. - '
Coffee and Tea
We are especially proud of this department.
We have installed a new and up to date electric
coffee mill in order to deliver to our customers a
fresher and more satisfactory coffee than heretofore.
Mr. Stovall
an expert coffee and tea salesman with Closset &
Devers, will demonstrate their line in our store for
several days. This firm is one of the oldest and
best on the Coast and we highly recommend thSir
..-.-you've heard that story about the small boy who saw a Zebra for the first time? He looked at it with amazement and after a few
moments walked away shaking his head and muttering: "No, 'taint so; there aint no such animal!" Of course there was but it was a
"new one" to the boy. And some people are just like that boy it's hard to convince them that we are actually saving hundreds of
people money every day on their grocery bills. Now don't be like the boy who said "There aint no' Zebra." We're absolutely reliable
and responsible. Our customers will tell you so. And we do what we say we will. " , & ' w
QUALITY? VARIETY? QUANTITY? Full measure, and scales that weigh sixteen ounces tb The pound. PRICES? About
20 per cent less than you have been paying for
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Come in and let us show you how much money we can save you on that next grocery order. No matter what you want that's
good remember wc have it and sell it to you FOR LESS. We can and do duplicate any Portland prices, plus the freight charges.